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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 December 1897

' ,v- d JL U w m ! r fo '" f I j 'l f fir y il L&- PAUL M. MOORG, Gdltor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. j Incorporated Eatered the Pcttoffice t Earlinxton a Second class natter. ,1 SUBSCRIPTION KATES i 0a Year, strictly In advance i .fi oo wontni, - . 50 wMontht. " " 35 rlaConlei 5 V SnArtman rnnlei mailed free an anDlleatlon Correspondents wanted In all .parti of tlie ountv. Address at (or particular. waf jfiflni THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1S97. COMPANIONS AWHEEL. the The Pleasures of a Run on Hopkinsvllle and Clarks vllle Turnpike. (Communicated) All lanil looks alike on the map. There, the well timbered valleys and rich mineral hill of Hopkins have no advantage over her neigh boring counties, lint when one mounts a wheel and skims along the surface of these counties and the skimming process usually af fects only the surface he is bound to find "cream" in Christian. And, while they do tell us if one shifts his handle-liars in certain directions, even in Christian county, he w...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

X' a iy ,-,, -, ;-i?i ! A.! EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1897. JIGHTH YEAR, NO. 60 m.jt " SPBBJspJ- SpJM A . r i xVC' '4 'w 'av ,fy SjIli .1 BBa. r . TW. ' r BH. u " II SSfiiih --N.XV'i".'fiMSWSfjBPS"m jwv" a. .BBaL. JTT-eS. yvrOk. . SM A 9t ,,., o y i v ? V 4? s , SJ t?. 1 i- -- (x 7V wf wWtImc' . -ffe?. ri'-- a fr ' ' Ait tsit? i 1,1 af A i. J"8-.- v wL .1 " '7 W . i 9 Miiimfmwi Stop I That J J if ' eouxhlns;. The quickest and surest V Wiy lito take Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar- Honey. A Knaraisleed cough rem- edy, wholly uullkeallothcrs-betteri I .( iiiriu-tlr mi the miicoui tnora-V .t- branes, heals tlie lungs und resplrn-J. ' tory organs and Invigorate tho j DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey aaaUIsi tha concentrated litallait ; YHiue or om auu WtedmedklBalacfrnU, xtraclcd by a new MteetlBo procew. 'Me, Wo and II. II a niiit.w Mil im kK ihWKmKH - - , - BiMMiv,ruMk,V. A-LA UELLE JAHDIN1ERB. .L, FJRITSCH SON, FASHIONABLE niWfii0(tiff HfvginiffiJ -:MERGHANT JAIU0B8:-...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

&' V ' it'? , ft. ' I ! Oje, teii 23ee PAUL M. MOORB. Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Enttrod tba Pcstoffics al BarlluKton at Second ciaia master. SUDSCKIPTION RATES: Una Year, strictly In advance .... .f i oo Sli Months, " jo rnreeMonttit, " " . . j Single Cople 5 Specimen coplei mailed tree on application. Corretpondents wanted in all parti of llie counir. Aaareieuiiorpariicuiari. THURSDAY, DECEMBER iC. 1897. jQiyppi tkSSDLL Ml .": DECoWBER JSUMiHOWWE IWEDITH UlFR I SflT J) W O 5 4-. 5 6 7 8 -9 10 U 12 15 14- 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 2a293o5lo Some Things They Say. These are some of the things that have been said since The Bee absorbed the Banner and because it is the only Republican news paper in the Second Congressional District: The suspension of the Hopkinsvillo Banner Jeaves the Earllngton Bee the onljr Republican paper in tbe Second tit congressional district. Courier Journ- ' at. Ths Earlington Bee is one ot the brightest and best...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

i- b,' u ; ::sT 'U Snbusiru we Efjrtoe." LOCAL NEWS. Everybody Sing. Wa don't want to buy at your place, Wo won't trade there any more, You'll b orry when you see us aofng to some other store. -You can't sell us any stale goods, We have opened wide our eyes, We don't want to trade at our store. It you do not advertise, Mr. Thomas Daves and wife, of Madisonvillc, spent Sunday after noon with relatives here. The handkerchief display in the side window at the St. Bernard General Store reflects credit on the young ladies who arranged it. f v Eakins, Wilson and Triplett, 1 the three men who were shot in the recent duel at uouaras, iy., are all doing -well, and are ex- "' petted to recover. i ' .. A littlo miss, who recited a very catching little poem at the last ' meeting of the Earlington Philo- s njathic Society said heforo she "went on the stage: "Of course I'm . not afraid. If these people were mad dogs I would be scared, but , there is nothing to be afraid of here" And her speech ha...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

-tl - N3. fy- SWUtfM" yyTHflyflrr st&i ' . - pxft WM '"briv'v k,-i. vBHBRBK(33EP!MBiHfii V - i' -l.-'-,- W K JV KK EXeHHQE ROLLER JVULL FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOR, IMADISONVILLE, - KY. rii - - m v Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran. Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a fust-class mill produces. The people of the county are invited to come in and be treated right. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, and guarantees satis faction. Flour warranted to be superior quality. Trade Willi Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties' Solicited 0?HE -SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON XII, FOURTH QUARTCR, IN TERNATIONAL SERIES, DEC. 19. 2 ' ' , ' ' ;' , - I'm-' "' "" : ..I NEW ENTERPRISE STOVES " 200,000 cvtitr OAfs oivina SATISFACTION. They ore made of Southern Iron by Southern Workmen, who are sustained by the products of Southern Farmers. - They last longer and make more homes happy than any other Stove on earth. lf Ire backs guaranteed for is years. If your Dealer does not handle them, WRITE FOR CATALOQ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

f;: : . .; !i lj5SaW-'rf. iSI JjJpiiiif ysjHyjM l luw f K- iiimh,i yr V f ,r " (Loulsvtlle Post.) A trood ioko is told on the Rev. v .T:i'ji.-i.Hiiif .uniiu yt f& TnV.ini.li.il n Manufactory of Calcic Carbide, LTho. attlP..w CI ' .ic. - W M...-V...... -.-- --- J If ' "V' , J -llohn L. Uobinson, the popular Hcrson divine, by a friend who isviue yusiuiuuy. jiu "Recently ur. K" "3 nend, Dr. --buggy -c j ii. Wed. -ifJI.t . . W Vou' o ,You W Wee It Madi! noon .; l -re u "( ), Wlti nd ' V C , jJ. .-It ,-- I ,"V -t i f. t tk .H .5T'.. ' ' W' '-v, , '' . Rr k :k6 fe" Vi v-x - r7.- ;i.. V p. &-' . r -- v if " "- " 1 . -i, v4"-' ' , -4 EIGHTH YEAR. aIhe currency problem 5eems Simple of Solution In the Light ot the President's Message. Opinion of a Distinguished and Kxpeil--' - - enced Treasury Ofneiat. -k CUSrOMSEAK.NI.NGSU.NDEItDlNQLEY LAW Va9iiincton, Dec. 13. 1807. What will Congress do about the great subjects which arc to come before, it? This is a question a good many people in ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 December 1897

tVWRSfZ VM the MtssengertoSeme.-Wio Telegraphcameforward arcaM&dlteaiteKp;lilU!lAlC- iV - II K ::: i . 4. AWjuit s.Ystcm ot tuo m,ma?1 JJ -.-..-. J. wi th.l V u K ffiluo uiotfnllnweilLrlWl71lu..sBJUkB.JL fnw.-- Cuba. ' V jf -- 7- ot. ' ? ', T?VT7 . V - . I , -' J-- '- fi? v The President's enunciations"' the Cuban question- f i broad and states' cnunciatio" and o i-W A VUhe , y- j- a' . pu we foj so sa ad Si B! at bs tu b'. tt C T 1C s t t t A, " V' : H. B. SIPPERLY DEAD. One of Madlsonvillc's Citizens. Oldest OTHER INTERESTING NEWS OP THBTOWX. H. B. SIpperly died Tuesday evening at C o'cloock, after a brief illness. lie bad a severe chill Sunday evening followed by high fever and unconsciousness. He re mained unconscious until Tuesday when be had another chill and died as stated Mr. Sipperly was 77 years of age and one of Madisonville's oldest citizens. Rev. L. E. Campbell, of Hanson, was here yesterday and went to Earliogton, to visit the family of Mrs, J. E. Moore Messrs. Jam...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

HfetfavS ji(. M' EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897. NO. Bl '"iHaHPrit y v - r: ' . m "- svitfv i i ; b wmmmBassmassaA . . I 1 ilfTriB llffii i ITm YllMT HI r ilWiml Uli ill I ' II . ri5": in!1 v tit v ft. I to 11 j) CHRISTMAS EVE. " BT K. E. TOURO. When tlio goto creaked that October tight, Marion Hartley, wlfo of tho un laccestful author-playwright, was tor turing her wits afresh for n way to so cretly induco somo theatrical uuinngcr to rccognlzo her husband's genius. I lor flush faded as sho heard admitted n man with u slow volco and n dcllberato step. Both were unpleasantly familiar. "Good evening," ho said, bowing studiously. Tall, broad and perfectly drossod, he possessed a faco only spoil ed. by Its expression. "Is ho aoccssiblo? jh, yes, I soo his light in tlioro. Afraid I must disturb his inspiration, then." - "Indeed? Ho is very busy, " sho sim ply said. "OX course. " Ho sat down. "Er may I ask how tho groat play progress. es?" N...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

MELTS UHJJWJMM mc if i i fcjTy fe r. v I. 4 IK.. ! T K.JT J" ",i f f , PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINQ COMPANY Incorporated, Entered the Pcttoffice at Barllnwon a Second clatt matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Vear.ttrictly In advance Six Montnt, " " ThreeMomhs. " ' Specimen copiea mailed free on application. Corretpondenta wanted In all parla of trie eanntv. Addreitus for particulars. ti oo 50 '5 5 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1897. ETBJ rafifeMX DEtWBER SUHHONWEyVEDTHUFRISflT D O J2Lj: 2" 3 i UL i& iL 1. T9"20 2j22 23 24 g5 46"27l282930l3lo Editor Gaines Knows. Elklon Progress. The Earlington Bek is the only Repub lican paper in the Second Congressional district It is a creditable newspaper, though it may be a fraction lonesome. It .was Mark Twain who said: "lie good and you will be lone some." The Guthrie Courier burned out early Sunday morning. Loss about $2,500, partly insured. The Courier will resume publica tion soon. Mr W. T. Fowler will resign as chairman of C...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

H. ITT MMMWMMnMaBMMNAMtMtMMMMWMiMMMMMMaBI - JH "Su'3n6usJruu)e Cftiue." coiusiojos imm conn,' I A TRAVELER'S TALES LOCAL NEWS. "Now ddlh tbo husband; with a sigh, Give up his stor'o( pelf, In order that il wife may buy A prMot for himielf." tfev.. R. V. Omer preached his last sermon as pastor of the Chris- tian church here on Sunday even ing last. He and his wife left for their home in Union county Mon day. After January, Howell, Ind.. will cease to exist as a postoflice and 1 , "" .T " ?ne V1 be knoivn hv llnu s, "'" ULM iniormation it is -r j ... wuin iiu mure. The people of that town will get their mail through the Evansville office and it will he known as "Station A," Evansville, Ind. In this way Howell gets free delivery. Do not fail to 'see the beautiful tableaux and drills to be given at Assembly Hall next Mondavi..,. ing by the young ladies of Barling-, ion. I Jus will be an entirely new entertainment with bran new cos tumes and stage effects. Proceeds Will llAlL,..!-.! . . ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

BK3E3R Jv "! '"f. kP-n-i - MR 'Vfr ; itfrflfnfi fi- " fcJ3rV $. fc "rft-t-l x It clt if I J l irf u A ) ' , t. '-s Ti u "f fi r r t l L J . - L y'wAshlNCTON. . EQE ROLLER VtIH RANK TUTT, PROPRIETCY. vF Feed Wflfces TrnltfNlVTl 1 R Meal-.-,,,.. .. 7 X pCpIe '""? a Tunica'. Bran, Uri!,tcd rignt ""'iniv am :.... . T. t til G 'acton Resident's Cuban Policy Ccncr- ally Approved, and Ills rency Reform Suggestions. . Cur- MR. BRVAS AND MEXICAN FI.VAXCES. are l'nviln,lf . TILPrnrnnti'r qnlic. ,Veon exri,,..... cme iP' "(B as muni, - Po.t ,.... US a"3' ,-" ftlfcBll,lllllM fERPRISE arv?r owe aivwa SATISFACTION. : of Southern Iron by Southern Workmen! They cr tlned by the products of Southern Farmers, who al0UE" nnl make more homes happy than any Tfcey vc on earth. Fire backs guaranteed for 13 yean. "r docs not handle themr WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. V P ISTni3" 200,000 H ST I 1 - juur p nf fS Lif. rrFr5?a tjMsfflMBMaBissaaBaaaaaMMeaafas- Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co, NASHVILLE, TENN. UANurAcniai...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

IBS --- rJ,iM . '" . - -' t C .i- -V a. w && KMs . fK ISTRYWE IjiGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTQN, HOPKINS COUNT? NTUCKY' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897.-SUPPLEMEN Lsk. M 4j jJJRJ . - ili' -- i -- mm ' , , K" r "jv. ' ' laPi " i. i-li . : wv . Hr '. - HBiiS WS 'JREaV Bfc'V'-l wj -m 3 .' - v k W&M DSBELLS iMfe Honey will stop vminrmifth cure cause . Va- .,0,NKM, Vix- Tl , A LA UEIXE JARDINIERE. L, FRITSCH v& SOW. ' - t " - FASHIONABLE attnOHMft 'TAlldte: ana ,W-'V The - . ii, - 'Jfi MBBtallbalBlli iJtolTER OF 'ClijHUi SUIWGS u 3 Upper First Street, EVANSVILLTJ, - INDIANA. iff?ierB"11'' ?l,'0,,,l "hopsiroaageof bis llffkini cewniy friends 8 AND .w.wtf-KaWilKJi. C:KMMQ' V THE . 1 f Ciffh A,r..A II-X.1 s .nun avciiuu nuiei, J .LOUISVILLE, KY.f Is the Onlv FiVcf.riooc $2.00 Per Day Hotel in the City. COME AND SEE US, Plfte CAMPRFI I a ij... , MANAOCR. S MMMbaFeWiraKMUVa! .an.Vt-laai PEIIIKNCe Tnaoc Mark DcaMM CoVRMHra Ac aeooamf-iaa icLresHre KKrktJK. . TjwtMtelr. j,TraM,aia UlWMNlM' s...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1897

ftyam W '-;,',, r' tf - h. JX yf S. J' r 3- w? -V a c Ci i pAul ; 2"" eBwJvP'K1 HBJf wsv ru -n BEE Katere eUltraa j:.iiinf and Minaitcr v haIv ' K i e"V;?Jll?ep'oaic0 -j- aama i'ian. on a jniduiRht drcarv. ns I 'weak Mid wenrv ovnr nil tlm look for trouble hereafter whenever strikes fas presents that a boyish fancy occur among the miners. t great care jd, wuuo wuu Bleop I tried to tus- nn taken in selecting minn diu .air. f - " " luJf "lB"' """ xmw "" "" Irt DtlllrlAllli T 1....1 ..!- I11 , ouuucuiv j. ui'uru a rusuu, iiko rSJSirWlK-SK'SS.S (ANY. One1 six ; ThreJ Slngl "" SUDSCRtsT" """ON RATES: tin- "ftSSsfr..." "-.. smi T"SOAV rs.- ' "-Ajiri, 0l"? C'-SrAM, ,OB"MCOLj,,Vr 'ANT t-,.. !"" lion In Kentucky wntregooavj paid, too mtnei organiie aern tioned by an exchange- "Itfnber from the Indiana miners Central City, Ky.. t an arlic)e ...!... minora ' jneoiutiix ""'""'.ance between lfi0" and dlsselcome in contract bearngrJit; nan and . -ec 15 One deaih U'itl. .'Mi 14 lllo rnailll rxt li...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1897

t SKlJ ' .kJr' ' r &Su. r. J$ A 3P ., ' ," EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COTf KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1897. 0.52 "...iaii .(aifflffls3-. ft 1 lTI Wmi InKT SiuM 'M i l ,. i. Ac ZP -- I In the Toils I u of o coegh-B backing, racking, rasping cough that irritates the .U"S and leads to dire results. It ii la such catcs that DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar m Honey PfOVM J( wonderful efficacy. erad Icted-the irritation is nl- .ycUT.lUc ,UDS are ealwl and txengUiened aud cold leaves the system as snow disappears before tho sunshine of spring. fcSLftJli.f!J5St"S5r. . ': I.W1UK. ".. ....-v.. itiiiiii pricv. H. tfc, Ma,r, A LA BELLE JARDINIERE. FRITSCH A SON. L, FASHIONABLE -'MEBOHANT TAtlOBS:- ?:. 'and : j IMPORTER OF CLOTHS AX SUITING S x 3 Upper First Street, EVANSVILLE, -.. INDIANA. He earnestly solicits1 the patronage of his Hopkins roomy friends ., J '- -THE $ J Fifth Avenue Hotel, jj k LOUISVILLE, KY., S Is the Only First-Class U 3,oo Per Day Hotel, i .. . in the City. ' 8 j! &...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1897

'iqXMBKttiU . -te-r V&$ it ( ' ' Wktf- V. a j It J, H, I II r JK ( If JftiBee 1 II '-S r f. o,... pub L .3,11 aUHKpnin i .. L if . '"I'nnM u. -- eilthi..rM E .i.J no: 9nH:ii wl He -ij Uua v.. I - 171 ft "par01?.1" " 7 ,'H So.rln.-" sol I jg" ,.Correpond2?..e "to j'j;;: ''.' ' j. r-"ciiri, " luel . THmoM,v "7" , 'W.UK'PI. "Bx " : f- " i fir - ffigtHEAVBER It ; SHONRJEWEDTHUFRISflT Mf jgLJD 0J 2 3 4-. -' 5 6 7 8 .9 10 II a. i . ;1 , ijM3 14 15 16 L7 18 C . 9 2021 22 25 24 5 ; .6 2yl2gl293o3lo Wheat reached 99J4 cents at - divisions during the present k Is very heavy indeed Or Mantl. Ivhilm tsn Itta red-letter head-lines Ust week announcing Missouri had the good forlune to J: i deer. i. ..if ih -On v HenuDitcan iiowh-h" in the Second District." Well, we -Agent fcgden will start to the Indian n hlMsiDf lo the Secona Vt ,'"?"" Ja- we understand be that as and it would be better off it it Qo any. It will be remembered t)ct a is the paper that "played felect a now defunct Gold Stardy. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1897

. t tefo ee '!$M 3rt&ufry we El?riue." rrxriii.'i LOCAL NEWS. Virginia B. Harris has been ap pointed postmaster at Bakersport, In this couaty Mrs. Wnjt 'ijrfes and Clyde McCarlpj' of, Morganfield, spent Chntnias with their parents here. ,Mr- Swdlnb' ofCrofton, visited friends aFWarnslcy last week and called at Tiie JJerIiIvo while here. Douglas O'Brien came home lorn Spring Hill College, Mobile, lla., to spend the holidays with is parents here. Miss Lizzie Sullivan entertained iite a number of her friends most easantl last evening, at 'her )me. 1 Rev. I. H. Tecl, the new pastor the Christian church hcie, an nounces achangc in the preaching appointments to his Earlington congregation. He changes his ap pointments from the first and third Sundays in each month to the sec ond and fourth Sundays, and will begin his work for 1898 on the second Sunday in J unuary. Rev. S. H. Lovelace has asked Rev. J. O. A. Voght to assist him n a protracted meeting he is to begin at, Madisonvillc soo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1897

' lfc-! y"yr' i ..-Jul ' WHKMKUtKttCm tH "Mfcl'-iiL af'i "' "rr"" ' ''.'-lllajSasa. ' nH HMPSTOTCW'- flllKaiBP. i SUN-DAY SCHOOL. . . .1 ! v r AtwiASAftAiiBHtwttt aS)aAS)aS)S)aSAAAB1 Tr d .ft MA. J3JIQP HOLLER PL TUTT, PROPRIETY. T-ESSON I, FIRST ClUAnTEn. INTER NATIONAL SERIES, JAN. 2. Makes J-E, Feed At pae people 4e ' a hrst-dass W.Veated right. . U' s unsurnacco.. rV M-i . " liOI" "-"every thing of th ,. , : "V are inWted Gives on i. u r...... -"Se as ?uch as .. Hty rr;;?-c" solicited come guarantees satis- fralit vTST ;STo m vr ERPRISm 200,000 svrf?t own OIVINO SATISFACTION. Vc i!i of Southern Iron br Southern Workmen. hty obtained y the products of Southern Farmers. hot lonccr'and make more homes happy than any Tittove on earth. Fire backs guaranteed for 13 years. o() . . . 4 i..i 41. luntTO enn ciTiiniinn , iicr uu.a UUI liuuuii; llicui, lllliu s vny wnsnuuuui. f I I X i-" sTsWrsTsH'AfUBq -- fl-MrrnliilB1--1HTW -Ti - I Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. AMurACT...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1898

-tetjH ' FjfbBIBBIRKpX-FllM.1Hn-' - " f - - - - - - v: imwi,Mi m ijnp mil imim wnim,j ERLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1898. no.! IIIH taVLv -. "vfJaLaBHBr vri -" u 'ejea cUH& fliif Vi ' r cr r t1BV j, UStVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaTaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaV fcf iSI SP? ' , -V f- -ill 1Hk " -jjbMWBBS8jMmiiim . . u r m -;&jr . iiBpa j- H MertSIPCMUMFrnH v this Bpg!B !f Miss IKT DR71 O 3B f week with T1wqV Q. qB 5 Ugon' atMPm? Ivfe. H I Mr. FrTSi.JAllVVSI i ph5a- jfifflP 'Mm 1 Atl-incojPaPl A -H yfTCjH I son, oimgouQpym I fmf! ' Bottle ' Hk;l' SWIff Iys,pncr of the genuine br. Bell's Q HTV' wuK"ll'iy 1 printed the above J kLr 2HP. H I both trade-mark and 2 ' t BfflM warrant Hint lite medt-! H' .J ! kfnW"OJi.i tlie boUlairltl cars IMFSt' Vtw ."."u " lH'. tbriMt! i ! UPw1" iijr wJUay. i , wHifi-Tar-! ! boloney I M JBBHW-k& McTmmI II per botll by S 1 Bltt. Ullilii I M4h It, Mm, Kf. i fel LA BRLLk tATtnftllftRK 'Ti (tiTcnu j. enm '-"A FASHIONAULK JKi-jr, a tt ! Htt An...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1898

555!! -wnammfi- -m'-ae 1 - "--pi-w m n in n 1 1- nn .i j.. r ....... 'itjl, - 4t K ly' 33w .'lAULM. MOORH, Editor nd MttBer. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated KnieredibaPcMoffiee it Barlltnton a Second cliii miller. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: one Year, strictly In advance Sit Monihi, " " Three Monthi, " " Ltnnla pAnlaf . . ..... ft oo 50 S 5 Specimen coplei mailed free on application. Corrcipondents wanted In all parti ot In countr. Addreitut tor particular!. THURSDAY. JANUARY 6, 1898. The Kentucky Legislature has organized, and the grind of bills and politicians will begin. An Arkansas editor, reading that a young lady kneads bread with her cloves on. savs: ,lWe need bread with our boots on; we need bread with our pants on, and ii our subscribers in arrears don't pay up soon we shall need bread without any thing on." J. H. Elv, colored, of Todd county, has been nominated for the position of Assistant Cloak-room Keeper for the Kentucky Legisla tureDemocratic. A correspond ent writes tha...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1898

? t ' '" ' JQ 'Mii r ---1 -- Tr HMwu. t . i I '' C i- mmL' iifim mjjmm 2r H 1 ,JS . '1 v r L s ''flBaBaBaBB r 4Hr i-w fTT ifr SHED U: "3y3tioustrij toe Ct)rtoe.,f LOCAL NEWS. Misses Eula Oldham and Dona Wood were in Mortons Gap Tues day, - 11. P, Farnswortll and family, of Henderson, visltccv relatives here this wjtek. Miss LaurjLigon spent last wbck wim ner iiromcr, uev. j. w. i.igon, ai lrcnoon. Mr. Frank Petit, bf Phiiadel phia, an old friend of Mr. John B. Atkinson, is aguest of the latter. Misses Lelira and Emmerino Wil son, of Madisbnvillc, spent a few days withWfcnds here, last week. Is. Phillips, who is attend- others Business Col- Green, spent last arcnts here. returned this Hopkins- tolidays vis. an John M. e beautiful entire satisfac- ,t.of Madisonvillc, fffpkinsville, installing a battery of new boilers at the Western Insane Asylum. He re turned home Tuesday night. Misses Ruth Cooper and Lillic Pike, of Union county, two charm ing young college Misses, are visit iag thei...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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